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James Earl Ray
   assassinated   
Martin Luther King Jr
Ray died in prison of liver failure April 23rd, 1998.
Martin Luther King Jr
   said   
"At the Centre of Non-violence Stands the Principle of Love"
Nobel Prize winner 1964
Martin Luther King Jr
   said   
"I Have Decided to Stick With Love. Hate is Too Great a Burden to Bear"
Nobel Prize winner 1964
Martin Luther King Jr
   said   
"Let No Man Pull You Low Enough to Hate Him"
American civil rights leader
Martin Luther King Jr
   said   
"We Must Learn to Live Together As Brothers or Perish Together As Fools"
Martin Luther King Jr
   said   
"In the End, We Will Remember Not the Words of Our Enemies, but the Silence of Our Friends"
One of the main leaders of the American civil rights movement
Martin Luther King Jr
   said   
"Nothing in the World is More Dangerous Than Sincere Ignorance and Conscientious Stupidity"
One of the main leaders of the American civil rights movement
Martin Luther King Jr
   wrote   
Why We Can't Wait
Includes the famous Letter From Birmingham Jail, 1964
I Have a Dream
   was released by   
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
1963 - inducted in 2012
Martin Luther King Jr.
   is buried in   
Martin Luther King Center, GA, USA
Civil rights leader, assassinated, 1968; Atlanta, Georgia
1963
   Time 'Person of the Year' was   
Martin Luther King Jr.
American civil rights leader, the following year he became the youngest person to win a Nobel Peace prize. Assassinated in 1968.
Martin Luther King Jr.
   was born on   
January 15, 1929
American civil rights leader, assassinated in 1968






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